Just like Gloria Estefan proved in her 1987 banger, ‘Rhythm Is Gonna Get You’, the rhythm is, in fact, gonna get you. And it may get you in form of some dude banging on his Doctor Octopus looking OCTAV wearable pipe instrument. Hopefully not though. The brainchild of industrial designer
Seriously, just watch it. To the end. This is a video of a beautiful ginger cat lapping up some milk, set to some absolutely delectable jams by Uzbekistani musician Sherzod Ergashev. It’s a banger. Obviously, there’s no question that this video, this very video, is the whole reason the internet
This is a multitrack video of musician Luna Lee (previously) performing Johnny Cash’s iconic ‘Ring Of Fire’ on a traditional Korean gayageum. Like all of Luna’s covers, it’s a good listen. Me? I’m a terrible listener, which might explain why I didn’t notice when my girlfriend said she’s leaving. The
This is a video of Brazilian musician Johnatha Bastos performing Guns N’ Roses’ 1987 banger ‘Sweet Child O’ Mine’ on electric guitar with his feet. Johnatha was born with partially formed arms, so he plays with a pick between his toes as a testament to overcoming life’s challenges. Most impressive.
Note: Check your volume, donkeysong. This is a video posted by Ashley Kirk of donkey Nelson adding some vocals to her harmonica playing. You might argue that Nelson is not actually singing, but you could also argue that Ashley isn’t actually playing the harmonica. Regardless, Ashley posted the video as
This is a video of musician/stare king Seth Everman performing Nirvana’s classic ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ on his synth in a variety of unique musical stylings. He does a great job like he always does (God, people with talent!), but that’s not what I came to talk about. I came
This is ‘The Detachable Rag’, a video of musician Jordan Ruddess performing a ragtime song on a Pocket Piano (a modular 88-key electronic keyboard designed for ease of transport) as his friend Maddi removes octave segments of the board, leaving him with fewer and fewer keys on which to play,
This is a video of South Korea’s Maytree a cappella quintet performing the Star Wars theme (previously: Windows and iPhone sound effects and movie production company intros). They do a wonderful job, although the way they move it almost looks like they recorded the sounds slower and then sped it